Last season, the Virginia baseball team was shaping up to be a strong force in the world of college baseball. Now, they look to improve upon that success and return to the postseason for the first time in over three years.
Throughout the past decade, the Virginia softball team has struggled. This season, the Cavaliers hope to overcome previous woes and record some wins as they play an ACC-dominated schedule.
Using a balanced game strategy, Virginia managed to defeat East Carolina 21-6 in its first game of the season. This was the first time since 2019 that the Cavaliers scored 20 or more goals in one game.
The positivity rate for tests conducted last week was 1.8 percent, but the overall positivity rate, which includes all tests administered since July 5 is 0.8 percent.
The Cavaliers topped TCU to advance to the semifinals, but then dropped their first match of the season against North Carolina and finished the tournament with a loss to host Illinois in a consolation match.
The Cavaliers fell behind by double digits quickly, and despite drawing close early in the second half, the Seminoles surged back ahead and completed the drubbing.
The Cavaliers benefited from very good contributions from both the women's and men's teams.
The Cavaliers (3-3, 2-3 ACC) were unable to carry over the momentum they had gained from their previous two wins as the Tar Heels (5-2, 3-2 ACC) proved to be too strong and downed Virginia 25-9.
Virginia now boasts a seven-game winning streak against the rival Tar Heels.
Leading the way behind all of Virginia's spring sports are some of the most lovable coaches. Let's take a look at one reason to love each of them, though we all know there's more than just one.
The Virginia men's basketball team picked up their third straight win after knocking off Georgia Tech for the second time this season.
Virginia begins its climb back to the top Monday, Feb. 15 at Klockner Stadium against East Carolina.
The 2021 Cavaliers have high hopes of keeping the ACC Championship in their hands and bringing another national championship trophy to Charlottesville.
Virginia’s revenues last year, which increased by 0.06 percent from 2018-19, mark an all-time high for the University.
Men's basketball won twice, against NC State then Pittsburgh, men's and women's swim and dive crushed it at the Cavalier Invitational and men's lacrosse impressed in their season opener, winning 20-11 against Towson.
The total number of tests administered within the program has now reached 19,440, with 146 total positives.
For the second match in a row, Virginia had to rely on the singles matches to earn a come-from-behind victory against Wake Forest.